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New report uncovers UK investors’ exit strategy concerns

  • Gemma
  • 4 Jul 2019
  • Company News
Author: Gemma

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Did you know as many as one in four investors in the UK is currently stuck with an investment they would like to liquidate but cannot?

This was one of the standout findings from Experience Invest’s latest piece of quantitative research. At the start of June 2019, we commissioned an independent survey of more than 800 UK investors, asking them about how they planned and executed exit strategies for their investments.

Click here to download our new report – ‘Exiting Investments: How are UK investors planning and executing exit strategies?’

It is, after all, a hugely important topic – you cannot make a successful investment if you are unable to liquidate your position in the asset at the best time for yourself or for the market.

However, there are some investors who make significant financial decisions without first considering the eventual pathway out; what’s more, there are many more who make investments under false pretences regarding how and when they can exit the deal.

In our new report, we will reveal:
• The most common asset classes UK investors are backing at present
• How many investors carefully consider an exit strategy before making an investment
• The number of investors stuck with assets they cannot liquidate and why this is the case
• Which asset classes are popular due to the simplicity of the eventual exit
• And why investors would like to see more education from investment providers about paths to exit

The report is completely free to download and also includes exclusive insights and advice from the Experience Invest team. It is a valuable and timely resource for any investor keen to better understand how their peers are planning and managing their exit strategies, as well as the potential pitfalls that ought to be avoided.

Click here to download our new report – ‘Exiting Investments: How are UK investors planning and executing exit strategies?’

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